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Causeway Geotech Ltd - Work Place Visit

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old), College
Four Sessions/presentations to school/college structure around the recently completed Govan to Partick Bridge ground Investigation Works. Topics will include Background to project Works carried out Report on the findings Summary of the Next Steps in the project moving forward. Will include details of drilling equipment and procedure Please contact Neil Haggan via neil.haggan@causewaygeotech.com for further information and to arrange.
Sciences, Technologies
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Industry Insight event for Automotive Body & Paint Sector

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)
Objectives: Perth College UHI are extremely interested in coming into High Schools based within Fife, Perth, Dundee & Angus to do a short presentation/ insight visit for students interested in a career within Automotive trade for Body & Paint. The event will highlight how Modern Apprenticeships in Automotive are delivered, and about the qualifications students will gain, skill they will learn, employer expectations and career progressions. The event will also allow students to see what opportunities are available within the trade. This event can be delivered whenever suitable for the school(s), during your career / business week, at lunchtime or during a timetabled class. Maybe a join event with a number of schools within the same area. Advice also given about enrolling for college courses and application process. Outcomes: Raised awareness of the trade, working with others, problem solving.
Other
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Generation Tech

Target audience - Secondary S1 to S3 (11-14 year old), Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)
Your students can be part of the Tech Revolution! Generation Tech is an exciting technology design challenge hosted by J.P. Morgan for female students studying National 5 mathematics interested in a STEM career. Using technology prototyping tools and their own creativity, students will be supported by JP Morgan Technologists, to design an app to address a social good challenge. Teaching staff are welcome to join us and help students to understand more about the rapidly growing technology sector. Please forward the attached email and encourage students to apply Entry Requirements: • Female students studying National 5 Mathematics interested in STEM. • Students can apply as individuals, or in teams of 3-6 • Technical skills are not required • Students will need to arrange their own transportation to and from the event • Parent/Guardian written permission is required Students are requested to bring a laptop if they own one; however, a laptop is not a requirement for participation. Register: Please ask your interested students to register at generation.tech.uk@jpmchase.com Students need to provide the following information: • First Name (s), Last Name (s), School Name, Location-Glasgow, and Personal laptop (Y/N) • Student Waiver Forms signed by the student’s parents (see attached) Attached is email you can distribute to your students and waiver. Event Date: Saturday 8th June 2019 Event location : 45 Waterloo Street, Glasgow Application Deadline: Friday 17th May 2019 Places are limited so please respond ASAP
Technologies
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A Guide to Merchant Navy Cadetships - Stream Marine Training

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old), College
A presentation to provide teachers with information on the Merchant Navy, including what routes candidates can take such as Deck officer or Engineer officer. The entry requirements for courses and the different levels of studies that can be taken at top class facilities in Glasgow. This event should provide an insight into the vast number of opportunities available to young people from a career within the Merchant Navy.
English, Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies, Other
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Electrician Work Experience

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old), College
Gillies Electrical is offering work experience with an electrician Candidates can gain experience of the electrical industry and what its like to work as an electrician Candidates duties will be to observe and assist an electrician, keep a tidy job site, ask questions and handle tools etc
English, Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies
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Codeworks Digital Skills part-time and online accredited courses

Target audience - Secondary S1 to S3 (11-14 year old), Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old), College
Technology has helped make many areas of our family, home and working lives easier, faster, better and more fun. As this continues to evolve rapidly, developing your digital skillset is now more important than ever before! Codeworks is a series of free and accredited digital skills courses designed to support you in work, in life and in ensuring that your children get the best out of using technology too. Our courses are delivered at three levels; o Basic Digital skills including communicating online, internet banking and learning how to create professional documents for work. o Developer Digital skills including web development, marketing, cyber security and getting the best out of ‘Internet of Things’ smart devices. o Pro Digital skills including software development/ coding plus work experience. Courses can mostly be completed online however we also have tutor-led options plus 40 tutor-supported drop in sessions within our libraries and at Kelvin College campuses every week across the city. Codeworks is aimed at those aged 16 years old and above. Check out our website for more information; www.glasgowlife.org.uk/codeworks Glasgow Life would be more than happy to provide short information sessions for parents/ carers and teachers who would like more information about the range of free Codeworks courses available.
Technologies
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